New Shooter

NEW SHOOTERS ORIENTATION AND SAFETY BRIEFING


New Cowboy Clinics will be held on as needed basis. Please contact the Cowboy Match Director to find out when the next clinic will be held.
We will cover the basics of CAS along with rules, choosing your
equipment, gun handling and most importantly SAFETY.  We will have
several types of firearms there for you to compare and try before you
buy.  While there is no charge for this, we do ask that if you use
our ammunition, you reimburse us for it. It is strongly recommended that
you attend these sessions before you shoot your first match.


If you are new to Cowboy Action Shooting, you will
be need to complete a new shooter/safety orientation before shooting
your first match with the Lake County Pistoleros. The above clinic is
recommended in lieu of the day of the shoot briefing.

Even shooters
experienced in other disciplines benefit from these orientations since
many of the procedures for CAS differ from other types of competition.
These orientations will also help the new shooter become familiar with
what to expect at a match.

The orientation/safety briefing will occur before
our monthly match.  Upon registration, which needs to be completed no
later than 8:30am, you’ll be directed to an empty berm.  An experienced
range officer will be there to greet you and conduct the briefing.

This orientation covers general range rules,
equipment, safety procedures, shooting a course of fire and plenty of
time for your questions.

Things that will be covered:

  1. Look at shooters equipment to see that the guns
    and leather are in good working condition.

  2. Lead ammo only is allowed.  No jacket. 
    Shotgun should be number 7 shot or smaller.

  3. Go over loading techniques without live ammo.

  4. Walk the shooter through a stage scenario dry
    firing but using timer.

  5. Show shooter how to stage and retrieve guns for
    firing from props or tables.

  6. Observe shooter loading safely, unload and
    reload until done correctly. Do not allow shooter to go to firing
    line if the loading technique is anything but 100% safe.

  7. Assist and observe shooter leaving stage with
    guns held correctly and safely.

  8. If time permits run the stage with live fire
    and timer.

  9. Observe proper unloading technique at the
    UNLOADING table and assist shooter back to LOADING table or gun cart
    depending upon time allotment.

  10. At this point, the range officer will decide if
    the shooter may continue and shoot the match.  If further training
    is needed, the shooter will be asked to stay and watch/learn and
    invited back next month at no charge.

  11. Specific range rules – handling of guns – cold
    range (no loaded guns except at loading table and firing line –
    speed limit – etc

  12. Shooter to attend match safety meeting

Shooter will be possed with an experience shooter
to help guide them through the day.

Experienced SASS Shooter new to Eustis Gun Club

If you are new to the Eustis Gun Club and the Lake
County Pistoleros, but not to Cowboy Action Shooting you will be
expected to complete a new shooter/safety orientation before shooting
your first match with the Lake County Pistoleros. To qualify for our
mini-orientation, you must have shot a minimum of five organized SASS
matches.  Even shooters experienced in other disciplines benefit from
this orientation, since many of the procedures for CAS differ from other
types of competition.

The orientation/safety briefing will occur before
our monthly match.  Upon registration, which needs to be completed no
later than 8:45am, you’ll be directed to an empty berm.

This orientation covers general range rules,
equipment, safety procedures and plenty of time for your questions.

  1. Look at shooters equipment to see that the
    guns and leather are in good working condition.
  2. Discuss their level of experience and watch/talk about their gun
    handling skills.   At this point, the Range Officer will
    decide if they are experienced enough to shoot the match or if they
    need a more detailed orientation/safety briefing.
  3. Discuss specific range rules – gun handling – cold range (no
    loaded guns except at loading table/firing line – speed limit – etc
  4. If the Safety Officer feels additional training is needed, you
    will be asked to attend the longer orientation another time.
  5. The shooter must attend the safety
    meeting prior to the match beginning

 

 

 

 

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